Sunday, October 3, 2010

Back to our regularly scheduled programming

Dinner time again. I did some more baking.
Pretzels! I also made some bratwurst, but those weren't as attractive. I got a little tired of the usual shape, so I got a little creative on some of them. Half are with salt, and half are with salt and sesame seeds.

I got this recipe from the TV show 'Good Eats' hosted by Alton Brown. That man is brilliant, and being able to watch each process of making these pretzels really made it easier. Not much more to it than mixing the dough, shaping the pretzels, boiling 'em in water spiked with baking soda, and baking 'em. They were delicious, and I've still got some left over!

33 comments:

  1. this reminds me im hungry :P

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  2. I got that same recipe off the the food network site sometime this last year, the pretzels are awesome just hard to shape! Here's how mine turned out the first time.

    http://oi56.tinypic.com/2ekroua.jpg

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  3. yum! I think I'll make some today.

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  4. I need to make this I'll make it later tonight.

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  5. Oh crap man you're making me hungry!!

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  6. Whoa delicious! I've never tried making pretzels, I should, I love them!

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  7. I could so go for a pretzel right now!

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  8. Wow. Those look so delicious!

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  9. Holy crap! I'm always impressed at how people can cook actual stuff. You did such cool little shapes with them. I'll be reading more of your blog, I like learning about cooking things!

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  10. Great post!

    looking forward to reading the next one

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  11. looks delicious, do you have a recipe for the dough I've always had an obsession with pretzels.

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  12. I'm looking forward to your next post!

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  13. Do you have this recipe written somewhere? I'd eat some pretzels. :x

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  14. I know good eats. That's a great show.

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